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Fracture Mania - 1/8/2008
What type of fracture is this?

Moderators Response:
This is a Galeazzi Fracture which is a fracture of the distal radius with a dislocation/subluxation of distal radio-ulnar joint.
 
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1/9/2008
Anonymous
Monteggia
1/9/2008
suresh
Montegia #...
1/9/2008
KPabo
Galeazzi as the radius is fractured and there is dislocation of DRUJ
1/10/2008
Anonymous
displaced distal ulnar fracture.
1/16/2008
Anonymous
Galeazzi
2/1/2008
Ryan G
Galeazzi (I would make sure to splint in supination with long arm splint)This helps reduce the distal ulna, avoid pronation for at least six week maybe more
2/12/2008
Anonymous
Mid radius fx with ulna dislocation. What a mess. I would check out the wrist, also.
3/31/2008
Anonymous
full radius fractured within dislocation ulna
10/17/2008
Anonymous
galeazzi fracture midshaft radius fracture with druj dislocation
11/13/2008
Anonymous
ESSEX LOPRESTI?
3/9/2009
Anonymous
galeazzi fx
5/28/2009
feras
DRUJ dislocation, interossie membrane disruption and proximal radial shaft fracture.
11/12/2011
Anonymous
compound
 
     
   
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